Türk Telekom deploys Synamedia’s vDCM product for video compression

Turkish telecommunications company, Türk Telekom has tapped video tech specialist Synamedia for consolidating video compression and processing across its TV and video platforms.

Türk Telekom deployed Synamedia’s technology virtual Digital Content Manager (vDCM), it has since now gone live across all of its 170 channels, including 4K, on its Tivibu satellite, hybrid, and streaming services.

Synamedia’s technology will ensure Türk Telekom will future-proof video processing, as well as, achieve improved operations, lower costs, and high-performance processing power.

With vDCM’s AI-based compression, Türk Telekom can deliver ultra-high quality, low latency video at scale and on any screen with 24/7 reliability.

Meanwhile, on its Direct-To-Home (DTH) platform, the operator is using Synamedia’s latest statmux technology to optimise channel rates and take advantage of high service availability, and redundancy support at the transport and service levels.

Ümit Barak, broadcasting systems manager and deputy general manager of technology, at Türk Telekom said, “we chose to partner with Synamedia because its solution ticked all of our boxes. Synamedia has demonstrable leadership in compression and its technologies exceeded our availability and redundancy requirements for this critical infrastructure. We conducted extensive evaluations, including video quality benchmarking, and we are now secure in the knowledge we have the most comprehensive solution on the market giving us the scalability, versatility and best-in-class video quality to meet our future needs.”

Frank Van de Vyver, VP of engineering, video network, at Synamedia, added, “by selecting our software-centric solutions, Türk Telekom is able to protect and manage its video workflows even at the massive scale needed to support its millions of subscribers. We look forward to working with Türk Telekom as it extends Synamedia processing across all its channels and reaps the benefits of using the latest compression technologies for this consolidation.”

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